🎧 Tank 100: Part One - World War Two Tank Commander with Captain David Render
🎧 Dan Snow's History Hit • 38m
Captain David Render was a nineteen-year-old second lieutenant fresh from Sandhurst when he was sent to France to join a veteran armoured unit that had already spent years fighting with the Desert Rats in North Africa. Joining the Sherwood Rangers Yeomanry five days after the D-Day landings, the combat-hardened men he was sent to command did not expect him to last long.
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🎧 Tank 100 with Rob Schaefer
Rob Schaefer is a German military historian. Here he talks to Dan Snow about the German response to tanks during the First World War
🎧 Tariffs and Trade Wars with Marc Palen
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